Tag: loans

Why Debt Will Never Stop Growing

We are now a long way from the days when banks existed to look after your pot of gold. There is no pile of money in your bank labelled with your name, only an entry in a database that says you should be given this amount of money when you ask for it. Let’s imagine […]

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Mortgages : How to Find a Good Mortgage Lender

How to find a mortgage lender, a good mortgage lender. Hi, my name’s Adriel Torres. I’m the owner of ultimatecredittoday.com. To find a good mortgage lender, we all know there are thousands out there. As a matter of fact mortgage is probably one of the most search words on the Internet. Here’s a suggestion. It’s […]

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$500k Of Student Debt In 37 Seconds

(playful instrumental music) – I am in student debt. I have $25,000 in student debt. – $21,000. – $33,000. – I’m about $42,000 in debt right now. – $12,000 of student loan debt. – $30,000. – Say at least $10,000. – Almost $50,000. – 20 or 22. – $23,000 – At least $200,000. Yeah. – […]

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How to Get the Best Car Loan

>>Here are the AARP Top Tips for getting a better car loan. Just like cars, some loans are better deals than others. Check your credit score. It’s the most important thing lenders look at. Your online bank account might show your score. If not, visit WalletHub Credit Sesame or Credit Karma. Shoot for a score […]

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Why is there so much Debt?

Why is there so much debt? 10 years before the financial crisis started, individuals and families in the UK had a total of £480 billion of debt. Since then, our debt has more than doubled. But who did we borrow all this money from? Was it from an army of grannies who have spent their […]

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Meet Our Bankers | What Makes a Great Commercial Lender

My first, earliest recollections as a child going to the bank was you know, on mother’s skirt holding on and walking in to Metairie Bank. I actually went to grammar school right down the street at St. Christopher’s grammar school. and high school at Rummel High School, so I kind of after twenty 25 years […]

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Student debt: An American horror story | Michael Hobbes

Well, there’s a couple reasons why college has gotten so expensive. First of all is: states are cutting higher education funding. Second thing is: supply and demand. What we have is a crisis where to get onto the job ladder, the few decent jobs left—that have healthcare, that have security, that have a pension—they all […]

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